The adult education service is offering learners the opportunity to win a full refund on their course fee.
Coventry City Council is set to announce plans to share its new building at Friargate to help a major employer stay and flourish in the city.
Banish those January blues with fresh produce from the Farmers’ Market which takes place in Broadgate on the third Friday of each month.
Coventry City Council urges residents to look after the vulnerable in the predicted cold weather and protect themselves from flu and other winter bugs.
In our new Need for Speed STEM workshop, specially designed for upper Key Stage 2 and lower Key Stage 3, pupils will learn about British attempts to break the Land Speed Record and go supersonic.
The War Memorial Park outdoor fitness trail has been officially launched by Coventry sports legend, David Moorcroft and Coventry’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Lindsley Harvard.
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
Coventry City Council’s plan to suspend a number of bus lanes in the city as part of a trial is set to be introduced.
People in the city are being invited to take part in a major survey to find out about crime concerns in Coventry.
Are you are considering signing up for Coventry Half Marathon but need help training to complete the course or do you want to improve your personal best?
The new exhibition of contemporary craft at the Herbert 'Made in the Middle' is accompanied by a Teacher's pack and offers lots of opportunities for learning during and after a visit.
Coventry Libraries will host The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum with free sensory play taster sessions throughout January.
Coventry agencies are working together in an attempt to reduce the impact of a new Benefit Cap being introduced by the Government.
A leading Coventry councillor has welcomed the news that the owners of Cathedral Lanes are getting ready to undertake more changes to the building so they can welcome more new restaurants.
Trading Standards are warning of a ‘Department of Education’ Phishing scam.
A report to the Ethics Committee was considered on Friday 9 December, as a result of Cllr Glenn Williams’ failure to comply with the Council’s Code of Conduct.
You can now register for the 2017 Coventry Half Marathon online making it an ideal last minute Christmas present or perhaps a New Year resolution!
A city-wide cultural strategy spanning the next decade is set to be approved by Coventry City Council.
The Council has launched a new, quick and easy way to help you find the support you need to live a healthy, independent life.
Volunteers, called Street Pastors, who care for and help people who are vulnerable while out in the city centre at night time, are gearing up for a busy period in the run up to Christmas.
The Lord Mayor has sent a Christmas message to Coventry.
21 students from Coventry’s schools were honoured for their 100% attendance at school at an awards ceremony last week (Monday 5 December) at the Council House.
Coventry City Council’s Switch and Save scheme is back for another year to give residents the chance to save money on their energy bills.
Three Coventry men have been sentenced to carry out a total of more than 600 hours of unpaid work for being involved in selling counterfeit and non-duty paid cigarettes and tobacco.
The Lord Mayor recently visited Coventry South Delivery Office to see first-hand the operation of delivering Christmas post and to pass on season’s greetings to its hardworking staff.
City College students and West Coventry Academy pupils have been helping the police identify community safety improvements in Coventry, particularly in areas they visit regularly.
A recent visit by Ofsted has found some good areas of progress made by the Council’s children’s services.
Avian Influenza Prevention Zone in place for 30 days
The Council is set to support a thriving city theatre’s expansion plans as work on the City of Culture bid ramps up.